Updated at 11:06 a.m. on February 1.
Here is a roundup of National Journal coverage -- news, insight and analysis -- of unfolding events in the Middle East.
LIVEBLOGGING THE TURMOIL: As Americans are ordered to evacuate in Egypt, protests elsewhere prompt a new government in Jordan and pushed-up elections in the West Bank. Minute-by-minute updates from Ben Terris and Sara Sorcher.
CONTAINING EGYPT: If Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak goes, does the revolution stop there? By Michael Hirsh.
TIME TO GO: Sen. John Kerry calls for Mubarak to step aside. By Sara Sorcher.
EXPLAINING $100-A-BARREL OIL: Experts say the Egyptian turmoil should not lead directly to an oil shortage, but the risk of it can can stir the global market as well as debate in Washington. By Amy Harder.
WHAT’S AHEAD FOR EGYPT: National Journal insiders weigh in.
PHOTOS: Protests spread beyond Egypt. By Julia Edwards and Carrie Mihalcik.
VIDEO: Five key considerations for Egypt’s next steps. By James Kitfield.
FOLLOWING THE TWEETS: Discussions surrounding the uprising in Egypt.
CORRECTION: The original version of this report misspelled Michael Hirsh's name.
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